About a week after I wrote about the future of DRM and cited Spotify as an example they made an announcement about some changes they are making. The changes will affect users of the free service. The announcement has the full details but in short, You get a six months grace period, after that. Listening
One of my new favourite authors is Cory Doctorow. His book Little Brother was the first I read on my Kindle and caught my eye because it was available under a Creative Commons License. I’m working my way through the rest of the books Cory has written but one thing I look forward to with
Following on from my post yesterday about the cracked Itunes DRM system Ryan at Download Squad rants about this much better than me: http://www.downloadsquad.com/2006/10/26/ipod-cracked-so-what/ Sort of sums up exactly what i was thinking!
According to a post on the BBC news web site (view it here) software has been developed that allows people to use songs downloaded on Itunes away from their Ipod and onto other players (Creative, Sony, etc). This in a addition to a post on the SBSDIVA site where she rants about not being about to sync’d her